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    I love this... maybe wouldn't use pennies but something with the plus and = sign for the 3ys.. For my kids at home. this will be a summer must....

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    LOVE this "counting on" center! Great for introducing the concept.

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    Love this for developing math vocabulary

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    Lego Math! Thinking this is a great center activity

    First day "about me by the numbers" activity. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

    Instead of 100 board cut-outs, try these number puzzles. Students work on one more, one less, ten more, and ten less while putting them together.

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    GeomARTry - Linking Math and Art - This collection of quick art activity ideas offers many opportunities for students to use and interpret geometry vocabulary, apply their knowledge of geometric and other math terms, use measuring skills, consider symmetry and three-dimensions, and even work on estimating skills. all in the context of creating art.

    life-size hundred and 120 chart games-- seriously genius! my students BEGGED to play these games!

    "Reggio Inspired" Child Made Calendar a student of the day records their favorite activity of the day.

    Using the Calendar Like a Calendar. AMEN to this from my friend Matt Gomez. Let us all stop "doing calendar" in our classrooms, and start teaching the kids to USE a calendar, as it is intended to be used.

    This is a wonderful, developmentally appropriate way to teach children about the passage of time rather than traditional calendar activities. Love it!

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